November 29, 2020
  • 3:04 pm Hybrid learning vs remote learning: What do these mean?
  • 3:02 pm MHS theater proves the show must go on despite the virus
  • 2:55 pm Having to compete within six feet: Girls swimming and diving team still finds success during the pandemic
  • 2:50 pm “All Lives Matter” actively diminishes the true message of Black Lives Matter
  • 3:00 pm So you think you can judge an election?

By Phineas VanVooren Line O’Type Entertainment Co-Editor With the upcoming release of the PS5, Xbox series X, and Xbox series S, fans are already battling on which console will win the “console war.” As of right now, both Playstation and Xbox are releasing two different consoles at two different price points. The PS5 is releasing […]

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Going way back to October, many students from moline in choir, band, and orchestra auditioned to be in the ILMA Senior District groups. They played or sang sections from pieces, sight-reading, and scales. One song to get into the district group, the other to get into the All-State group. A lot of people made it […]

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By: Christina Bargren Trench is the fifth studio album by the band Twenty One Pilots released just a few weeks ago on October 5th, 2018, after a year of the band being on hiatus. This album contains several genres including alternative rock, hip hop, pop rock, and reggae, and is full of catchy choruses, interesting instrumentals, […]

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By and large, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is a coming of age story revolving around the high school life of the half-witch, Sabrina Spellman. Sabrina faces the difficult decision of standing by her mortal friends or traveling the path that her family wants her to follow. Sabrina has been raised by her two aunts […]

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  By: Henry Bohler L’OT Reporter Studying for a class can be a daunting task, one that would rather be done later, however, it can be done much easier than expected with this simple DIY. Supplies: ● Highlighters ● Blank stickers ● Cup or mug Directions 1. First, take your highlighters and stickers. You’ll want […]

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  By Ella Goderis Everyone mark your calendars for October 11th through the 13th for the upcoming play, Volleygirls by Rob Ackerman! Volleygirls is about a team that finds strength and joy in working together. They learn to let loose and trust their instincts. Principal actors include Peyton Robertson as team captain, and Zach McCloud […]

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By: Christina Bargren Nintendo fans had been waiting for over a year to hear news on the newest installment of Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo Switch. That wait ended back in March during the Nintendo press conference at E3 when the game was announced at the very end of the conference. Further information about the […]

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By: Nicole Artemyev Students, parents, teachers, elders, and locals all gathered in excitement on Friday, September 14th to watch the annual district homecoming parade! Avenue of the Cities was filled with smiling faces and children waiting anxiously to grab all the candy they could get! For senior Bella Mitchell, the most memorable part of her […]

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By: Madison Hoyt As a sunny day was coming to an end, the MHS bonfire was readied and burned as the Moline Marching Maroons played some sick tunes, welcoming all to dance and sing. This was a spectacular way to mark the beginning of a fun and exciting movie night and homecoming week! Spider-Man: Homecoming, a […]

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